4 Bed Semi-Detached House Sold STC
Junction Road, Burgess Hill, RH15

In Excess of £575,000 (Freehold)

  • Entrance Hall & Cloakroom/WC
  • Sitting Room
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Dining/Family Room
  • Family Bathroom
  • Shower Room
  • Large South East Facing Rear Garden
  • Driveway

A 4 bedroom semi detached Edwardian character red brick house being one of only 4 built in 1901 that has not been marketed since 1988 when our vendors purchased the property. The property has been SUBSTANTIALLY EXTENDED into the roof space and has had a fabulous rear and side extension. A further benefit is the 105’ south east facing rear garden which is beautifully landscaped and well stocked with plants, shrubs and 2 fruit trees.

Situated on this established residential road on the eastern side of town, both railway stations are almost equidistant. A range of local schools and the town centre are also within walking distance.

There is enormous potential to extend the property further, similar to neighbouring properties, if required and subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

The accommodation includes an enclosed porch leading into an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor with bespoke storage beneath and a cloakroom/wc. A bay fronted sitting room faces the front aspect and includes a woodburning stove with double doors opening to the dining room with an opening looking into the kitchen.

A particular feature is the full width kitchen/dining/family room extended in 2011 to the side and 2014 to the rear with bifold doors opening to the rear garden. The kitchen has been handmade by a local company ‘Old Pine Furniture’ including a central island with oak worktop. The kitchen is well equipped with pine cabinets in two tone colours cream and grey and has ample space for all domestic appliances. There is room for a dining table and chairs as well as 2 sofas making this ideal entertaining and family living space. The kitchen area benefits from underfloor heating.

On the first floor half landing there is a bedroom that overlooks the rear garden and a shower room refitted in 2013 with a white suite and fully tiled. On the main landing there are 2 bedrooms one of which is the generous master with 3 windows to the front, a feature fireplace with a wooded outlook. On the 2nd floor there is a further double bedroom and a family bathroom that matches the shower room and was also refitted in 2013 with a white suite.

Outside there is a private block paved driveway to the front of the house with parking for 2 cars. A wide side access leads to the large south east facing 102’ x 22’ rear garden. A full width patio abuts the house with the remainder laid to lawn. A further sandstone patio provides an additional seating area and there is a shingle stone area to the rear with timber shed. The garden is flanked by borders to either side, stocked with a beautiful array of plants shrubs and trees. There is a pear and apple tree as well as raised beds for a vegetable patch. A 2nd timber shed and outside tap. The whole is enclosed by panel fencing.

Benefits include gas fired central heating (the Glow Worm boiler is located in the kitchen) and uPVC framed double glazed windows. A new front door was added in 2017 by Clear View Windows.

Location Summary

Burgess Hill is surrounded by picturesque countryside and historic landmarks; offering plenty of local amenities; with great connections via road, rail and air. The town centre offers a variety of shops, cafés and restaurants; there is a local cinema, playgrounds and parkland, sporting facilities including the popular Triangle Leisure Centre and clubs for anything from bowls to yoga. For families looking to move, Burgess Hill is an ideal choice with good schools, plenty of outside space and activities to keep families of all ages entertained.

Well Connected
There is so much within easy reach, from the city of Brighton, to historical Lewes, to the far reaching South Downs. Easy access to London and Brighton ensures family days out are popular and commuters are well catered for. There are frequent trains from Wivelsfield and Burgess Hill to London Gatwick, London Victoria, London Bridge, London St Pancras International and Brighton and it is just a short drive to access the A23 at Hickstead, from which it is a short drive to Brighton or north to Pease Pottage to pick up the M23 for the M25.

Council Tax Band: D

Nearest Stations

  • Wivelsfield - 0.33miles
  • Burgess Hill - 0.47miles
  • Hassocks - 2.63miles
  • Haywards Heath - 3.27miles
  • Plumpton - 3.45miles

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